Qaptis embarks on a Cleantech journey with Venture Leaders

Written on October 24, 2023

Qaptis, an EPFL spinoff, is proud to be selected for the Swiss National Cleantech Team 2023, a prestigious initiative supporting promising ventures. This recognition underscores our commitment to developing innovative solutions that reduce carbon emissions in the freight transportation sector.

In a recent interview with Venturelab, we delved into our innovative technology that can significantly reduce CO2 emissions by up to 90% without requiring external energy sources. Our retrofitting solution for trucks and ships is not only effective but also affordable and fast to implement, making it a game-changer in the industry. Check out the interview with our CEO, Masoud Talebi Amiri, here.

About the program

The Venture Leaders Cleantech 2023 were chosen from over 90 applications by an expert jury. The investor roadshow in Munich, Germany, provided a platform to accelerate the Swiss ventures’ growth and expand their international presence. The program is organized by Venturelab and supported by EPFL LausanneETH ZurichEYHelbling TechnikRomande EnergieSt.Gallisch-Appenzellische Kraftwerke (SAK)Swisscom VenturesVaud, and Vischer.

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